Michigan Good Food Fund offers workshops aimed at growing the business acumen of good food enterprises. See below for our latest offerings and sign up for our updates to stay in the loop.

Upcoming Workshops

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Certificate Training

April 30 – May 1

Food or other companies that are in need of a certified Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) individual can register for the upcoming training through Michigan State University Extension. Register now. 

Using Market Maker to Grow Your Good Food Business

May 2, 2019 at 2:00pm

Are you a farmer looking to reach new markets or a buyer wanting to connect with Michigan growers? Join us on May 2, 2:00 p.m. for this training on Market Maker – a great tool to connect growers and buyers presented by MSU Product Center’s Joanne Davidhizer. MarketMaker is the largest and most in-depth database of its kind featuring a diverse community of food-related businesses: buyers, farmers/ranchers, fisheries, farmers markets, processors/packers, wineries, restaurants and more. hether you are a producer looking to reach new markets; a buyer wanting to connect with local or specialty suppliers; or a consumer looking for goods and services in your area MarketMaker provides simple yet powerful search tools to connect with others across the production and distribution chain.Register now.

Past Workshops

Michigan Good Food Fund has offered periodic business assistance workshops, including a Battle Creek Boot Camp, Flint Boot Camp, Grand Rapids Boot Camp, and Bodega Boot Camp.

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